Explicit or implicit information
Explicit or implicit information Information can be explicit or implicit. Explicit information is what we see. It arises from the words we see in an image. Implicit information is information that is not represented by any concrete element but arises from relationships between those elements. We can have a character walking. Or by...Read More
Spelling mistakes From this point of view, a problem arises that I have had hundreds of times. Drawings that have failed to convey the information correctly. Here there can be: Misspelled words. If I want to draw a donkey and the reader reads a horse, I am having a serious communication problem, which can make the...Read More
Words The first thing is the recognizable elements that appear in an image. If we see a glass drawn, we will have information that will be glass a noun. We could consider it a word. We can have complements to that word. If it is glass, we provide a complement of information. In the case of characters, we can have common nouns and....Read More
Which parts of an image have information?
Which parts of an image contain information? In an image there are many elements that can contain information. The elements that appear drawn in an image provide very specific information, but there are more things that can contain information. A color, a space, a type of stroke, even a style can contain information. It is not the same...Read More